Vol. 3-4 have publisher: Printed for G. Robinson in Pater-noster Row
Frontispiece, v. 1, is engraved port. of the author. Vol. 3 includes Law's diagrams. Fig. 1 is a folded, hand-colored engraving entitled: The true principles of all things. Fig. 2 is a hand-colored engraving entitled: The tree of the soul. Plates numbered I-XIII are untitled, and are mostly cosmic diagrams. Fig. I, no. 1 is entitled: The origin of things and the process of Christ; it consists of 2 folded leaves joined together to form a single plate hinged in at the center fold, with an additional folded sheet overlaying. Fig. II, a single leaf, is entitled: The constituent parts of man. Three final plates ("The first [second, third] table") are single leaves depicting the human body with up to 8 levels of overlays. The first and second tables show males, the third female
v. 1. The aurora. The three principles -- v. 2. The threefold life of man. The answers to forty questions concerning the soul. The treatise of the incarnation. The clavis, or, An explanation of some principal points and expressions in his writings -- v. 3. The mysterium magnum, or, An explanation of Genesis. Four tables of divine revelation -- v. 4. Signatura rerum. Of the election of grace, or, Of God's will towards man, commonly called predestination. The way to Christ. A discourse between a soul hungry and thirsty after the fountain of life, the sweet love of Jesus Christ; and a soul enlightened. Of the four complexions. Of Christ's testaments, baptism, and the supper
Hogart, R. Alchemy
No table of contents. Narrow margins. Gutter included to avoid cropping text. Marginalia.